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What vehicle did you get after the Tracker?
I ran 225/70R16 Dunlop GrandTreek AT3s on a 98 GV with OEM 16x7 alloy rims and the OME springs/struts/shocks - no rubbing anywhere, provided the toe is set correctly - those tires are now on a friends stock height GV, and he has had no issues with them rubbing.
Nice one Jeff! Your Tracker looks great with the spacer lift. How is it now on the logging roads/off-road? I am still humming and hawing about going with the 2" coil space from Altered Ego, or the Old Man Emu 1.5" lift from Rocky Road.When you did the spacer lift, was the ride quality affected? Any issues with camber adjustment afterwards?
Big ups Jeff, thanks man! Seeing the pic and reading the description you provided helps immensely - I get it now. Really appreciate it. I am really looking forward to getting the lift for summer mountain trip season to open up more possibilities. There are a few FSRs I have shied away from that I think I will be able to tackle with a bit more clearance.
does this include cross member, front diff, oil pan, transfer case. muffler, fuel tank?
Means I don't know sh*t about vehicles See above - does this include cross member, front diff, oil pan, transfer case. muffler, fuel tank? As you can surmise - ultra-newbie here.
What does "clearance for everything else" really mean?
A two inch spacer lift will lift the frame of the vehicle and pretty much everything attached to it by approximately two inches.
Looking at that I'd say it's got all of the required pieces, which is something that I cannot say for all of the kits out there
Our 2" Spacer Lift comes with all you need! All coil spacers, strut spacers, extended brake line, rear shocks and panhard bracket.